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Nobody has covered a song of Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi Fest. Have you seen someone covering Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi Fest. Add or edit the setlist and help improving our statistics! No songs of other artists were covered by Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi Fest. ” she asked while floating from the piano to the guitar. Working with him was a bold move for an artist who’s sold tens of millions of records and earned a slew of Grammys on her own. I came out of a breakup last year and I also came out of doing all these recordings and shows with The Little Willies, my country band. Though she still gets dismissed by some critics as a soft jazz act. We’d cover [Dolly Parton’s] “Jolene.” She punches the girl instead of begging her. To work with Danger Mouse, you've got to compromise your sound — best-case scenario, you're meeting his halfway.Makes you wonder what the new U2 might sound like, doesn't it? The Man laid themselves at his feet for Evil Friends. This is quite clearly their most relevant, best-sounding record to date.
The Good, the Bad & the Queen, "Herculean"Because that cooing choir thing Danger Mouse leans on sounds particularly powerful on a tune in which Damon Albarn is promising "Everyone's on the way to heaven."Electric Guest, "This Head I Hold" Because, surely, one day not so far off, a "Produced by Danger Mouse" sticker will adorn a Bruno Mars record. Nas, "It Ain't Hard to Tell (Danger Mouse Remix)"Because while not dramatically different than the original, the murky snares hint at what he'd do on the Grey Album remixes.
As anticipation mounts for the dynamite collaboration between Brian Burton (aka Danger Mouse) and Italian composer Daniele Luppi, fans keep receiving more and more goodies to tide them over until the duo’s project hits streets on May 1st.
Last month, the Jack White-sporting single “Two Against One” surfaced, and this morning (via Some Kind of Awesome), everyone’s ears can warm up to the midnight lounge crooner, “Black”.
Anyhow, a few hours ago, Danger Mouse and Luppi hit NPR’s All Songs Considered to preview their project and courtesy of Some Kind of Awesome, you can stream snippets of the album tracks played during the appearance below.
The clip is only four minutes in length, but you’ll be able to hear both White and Jones and, yes, it’s pretty great.
,"the singer-songwriter's fifth full-length, will be released this spring on Blue Note/EMI.